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Why Should We Pay More For Less?

Gravis Ludus' Kris Lane writes, "When you look around the world today, you will notice that in some cases, you actually end up paying more for less. Just look at the supermarket, for example. You pay more money for items that have less fat, calories or sugar by default, and of course you pay more for the convenience of having foods wrapped up in smaller packages for individual portion control. The world of technology is sometimes like this as well. With more and more people “cutting the cord” from their local cable company or one of the national satellite television providers, many people are going back to over the air antennas (in which the technology and number of channels has increased dramatically since the 1950s thanks to HDTV and digital subchannels), and using services such as Netflix, Hulu Plus and Amazon Prime for their daily doses of television."

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